Two wonderful examples! I especially love the one with the trapeze. Definitely flying in the wind!
Amei os dois e o contraponto que eles fazem entre infância e vida adulta. As citações também são perfeitas. Beijos brasilienses.
First of all, I wonder how many people know that one of the richest sources for the perfect quote come from the wit and intellect of Pablo Picasso! The quote you have used is just right. Your picture is beautifully designed. I love the sepia colours and the use of shadow and silhouette. Superb.
Very artistic. I like both.My entry is up on my blog
Oh my, you are so talented, Karla! Your art leaves me breathless!
Both of these are amazing pieces of art!
Love both your entries, Karla. Beautiful, as always. Kudos!
both so different, but each of them great!
Your imagination knows no bounds! Wonderful work dear Karla! xx
They are both amazing and very creatively made Karla, love the quotes on them both.Anni
I love that you made two such different collages! They are both lovely and I do love the quotes you have used! Great job!Betty
Beautiful work, Karla. The Picasso quote is new to me....and it's going into my quote book for sure!! Thanks for the double-dose of your talent!!
I decided to take a look around your blog because all I normally see are the direct links to AEDM. You make incredible digital art, and those two above are no exception. I like how each postcard is so different, yet uses the same theme: wind.You suggested that you would like to participate in Tea on Tuesday, Granted, I don't make digital art, because my art "skills" (of you can call them that) lie elsewhere. Like you, I drink coffee all day and all night. I'm also not a tea drinker. However, I joined the Tea group three years ago. One day the host just quit. No notice, no NOTHING. And she never had a Linky, so you had to cull through the comments to find other participants. After about six months without a host, a few of us got together and they decided I should host the event each week, especially since I had used the Linky links before. We also changed the name, although the name seems to have confused several people who visited me during AED this month. I wanted to draw your attention to a post I created one Tea Tuesday back when we DID have a different host. This might give you ideas that I'm sure you could emulate in your own way: http://alteredbooklover.blogspot.com/2011/11/honoring-inspiration-avenue-challenges.htmlPlease be aware, this was also taken with my old camera that was horrible. I'm sure you could find other posts, too if you searched through the "Tuesday Tea," or "T Stands for Tuesday" posts. Use your imagination and come up with something digital. I seldom drink tea, and when I do, it's only for my T posts. My drink of choice is also coffee, as I said before. I look forward to seeing your entries using digital art. It's an artform the other participants have NOT adopted, so it would be extremely welcome and refreshing. So, dear friend, I would LOVE for you to join us each week. BTW, may I add your blog to my left sidebar? I never add someone whose art I want to follow without their approval.
Wow both ends of the spectrum the children so colorful and free and sadly my age group dark and difficult. Great contrast and wonderful artwork Karla.
I love how you incorporated the quotes into your beautiful art!
Oh, magnifique, Karla! Two very different, beautiful and poignant pieces with a wonderful Picasso quote too.
These two different artworks are fabulous, Karla, and I love both of them.
Thank you for your lovely comment! It means a lot to me!